Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Baby Quasar: Baby Blue Review Pt. 2

In my first half of my review, I talked about how I like the product, but my post got a little too long, and I decided to put the details into a separate blog. So here is where you will find out how to use it, where to buy it, etc!
To read my first half of the review go here!

The Baby Blue light works by killing acne-causing bacteria. The bacteria releases small molecules called porphyrins. When porphyrins are exposed to the Baby Blue's wavelengths of natural light, they produce free radicals that kill the bacteria.
The Baby Blue is 100% natural and requires no harsh chemicals or medication. It is safe, effective, painless, noninvasive and requires no downtime. It can be used on all skin types and skin tones including sensitive and irritated skin.

So, now we know how it works..but how do we actually use it?
First, you want to make sure you have clean, dry skin. You can use your regular every day facial cleanser, no need to buy a special cleanser. There isnt any specific cleanser you have to use for the Baby Blue to work. You also dont have to apply any kind of cream or gel or anything to your skin for the light to work. So before you do anything else, spot treatments or moisturizers, etc..before any of that is when you need to use the light!
Now that your face is clean, and youre ready to use your light, youre going to split your face into 6 sections, as pictured to the left. Turn your light on. And, starting in section A, press your light against your skin, and move over your skin in little circular motions. Do each section for four minutes each. The whole process should take 24 min.
Using the light daily may seem like its very time consuming. But it really takes much less time than if you were to go to a doctors office to get the same treatment done. Plus, you can use the light while sitting on the couch or laying in bed watching tv!
I use my light after I wash my face every night, once I get into bed. You dont need to look in a mirror or anything. The only time you might need a mirror is if youre doing spot treatments, and you need to see where the blemish is. But if youre doing it all over your face theres no need for a mirror.

Then, once youre done with the light, you can apply your moisturizer and whatever else is in your normal routine. Its important to use a moisturizer, because the light can cause your skin to dry out a little, especially if you have more dry skin already.
I have very oily skin, and using the light has really helped me control the oil, so it doesnt dry my skin out very much, but just to prevent any dryness, I make sure to use a good moisturizer.

You want to make sure to clean your light after each use, using a wet towel or alcohol wipe. Keeping it clean will ensure that it continues to work properly with each use!

I mentioned in pt. 1 that the Baby Quasar is a bit on the pricey side. Although, if you put it into perspective, its actually very affordable. The electronic components are made to have a 10 year life expectancy. And the Baby Quasar starts with a full five year unconditional, unlimited warranty. If your Baby Blue stops working for any reason, other than physical abuse, they will fix or replace it free of charge!
So, a 10 year life expectancy..that means if it does last 10 years youre only paying $35 a year, which is a fraction of what you would be paying in just one year of getting the same treatment done in a doctors office!

So yes, the Baby Blue costs $350. That comes with the light, power cord, lens cap, and travel case. But if youre already spending $30+ every month on "top of the line" acne products that arent working, maybe this is the product youve been searching for. I know it is for me! Plus, if you dont like it, there is a 60 day money back guarantee!

So, for me..using the Baby Blue with my normal every day skin care routine, it really has helped to clear my skin and control the oil. It has worked when nothing else seemed to. So this product is here to stay for me!

You can buy your Baby Blue, or other Baby Quasar products such as the red light treatment, replacement lens caps or power cords, etc. by visiting BabyQuasar.com.

Disclaimer: Yes, the Baby Blue was sent to me in exchange for my review. But I absolutely LOVE the product, and would have paid the full $350 to purchase the product. After trying it for 60 days if I didnt like it I would have returned it. But this product has really been a miracle product for me and I have been 100% honest in this review! No monetary exchange occurred. All opinions are completely unbiased and 100% my own! 

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